Cutter Consortium Fellow Bob Charette explores the current state of risk management in a world of repeated failures to adopt the lessons of the past, examining several of the most common ways in which risk management is failing and the reasons why. In his analysis, different areas of risk form a broader “risk ecology,” in which risks interact in complex ways, and isolated analysis and management of each area has the potential to increase risk in unforeseen ways.
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